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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Ice Dream's Wish

    by Nasrin Mottahedeh
    When three children build a snowman they each offer him one special gift which magically gives him a life all his own. Their snowman possesses, above all, the gift of compassion. One day he is granted a special wish by an angel. But Ice Dream, the snowman, selflessly uses his gift to shower others with kindness, even at great expense to himself and his very existence.
  • Matters of Convenience

    by Roy Pickering

    I have entered my novel Matters of Convenience in the Kindle Scout contest at Amazon. The link below will take you to an excerpt that's going live 9/14 and will be up for 30 days. Please check it out and hopefully you'll see fit to nominate MOC for a publishing deal from Kindle Press. Thank you very much in advance to those who show my book some love. If KP chooses to publish Matters of Convenience, everyone who nominated it will win a free copy.

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  • The Bridge to Home

    by A. F. Jordan
    There comes a time when you have to lose your life in order to find it. Jane May Gideon's life has been turned upside down. Divorced and estranged from her only child, she longs solace in a life that has become unfamiliar to her. She quickly finds more than she bargained for in a sleepy little Smoky Mountain hamlet. Set against the verdant backdrop of the Southern Appalachians, The Bridge to Home follows Jane May on an unexpected journey from the top of a mountain through the unexplored dep... more
  • Titanic's Resurrected Secret--H.E.W.

    by J. Robert DiFulgo
    A Post-Titanic mystery novel unravels Titanic's untold secret. During the aftermath of the loss of the great liner, attempts were made to recover, identify and lay to rest those individuals scattered in the cold North Atlantic in the hope of bringing dignity to those lost souls. This Post-Titanic story is about an individual whose identity was forfeited because of the theft of an extremely valuable object, which he held in his possession. Historical and mystery novelist Alexander J.Dante had alw... more
  • The Dash of Dr. Todd

    by Howard E. Adkins
    Eighteen twenty-five dash eighteen sixty-eight: a man?s life summed up on a gravestone, as though his birth and death are the only cardinal facts of his existence. Certainly, a Mozart concerto is much more than the first and the last notes or even the total number of notes contained in the work. It is the manner in which Mozart arranged those notes, the themes they demonstrate, and the sentiments they elicit that give the composition its beauty and importance. In the same sense, the dash on the ... more
  • Raman and Sunny: Middle School Blues

    by Fiza Pathan
    Middle School is the worst period in a child's life. He or she has to undergo bullying, and an often painful transition from childhood to young adulthood. It is also a period most neglected at home and in school, for the child grows rebellious as he feels he is misunderstood and unjustly dealt with. Parents feel helpless to interfere. Imagine what then can be the plight of twins? Set in teeming, exotic Mumbai, India, this is the story about Raman and Sunny who are twins. Their childhood perio... more
  • The Blink of Oenomel: Epoch Wonders (The Blink Epochs Book 1)

    by Jeremy T. Ringfield Ringfield

    There is trouble in Valdosta, Georgia. And a whole lot of it.

    Abram, a methodical 23 year-old, previously homeless, hopeless romantic, has a fierce devotion to his rendezvous with love, which is seemingly not on his schedule of life. Jec, an unassuming 19 year-old feminist and natural optimist, entertains her current relationship and search for a forever kind of love that is threatened by both, what her co-workers see in Abram that she refuses to believe, as well as what she does not se... more

  • Time & Consequences

    by M Lauryn Alexander
    Turquoise Nez Timerhorn seems to have it all. She’s gorgeous. She’s got lots of friends and admirers. Her boyfriend - Ed; who has supermodel looks and is not only captain of the unbeaten basketball team but also a high achiever in the classroom adores her. She even lands a plum internship. Turquoise and Ed are shoo-ins for King and Queen of the Senior Prom. There’s only one problem - Ed is Mr. Punctuality, while Turquoise can’t get anywhere on time. You'll laugh out loud at Turquoise's zany ... more
  • The Caterpillar that became Enlightened

    by Darryl Diptee
    Many of today’s children are trapped in destructive patterns of seeking external acceptance in exchange for internal happiness. This story of one baby caterpillar’s life journey (Sumi) to becoming enlightened is a loving way to gently reveal age-old wisdom about happiness to kids in modern times. As Sumi escapes shallower patterns of happiness and unhappiness for something deeper and more meaningful, she discovers sage-like insights that children can apply towards personal growth in their own ... more
  • Searchers: The Irish Clans:

    by Stephen Finlay Archer
    First in a series of historical fiction novels that begins with a travesty at sea necessitating searches for life's true treasures, both in 1915 Ireland, when the funeral of O'Donovan Rossa affords the golden opportunity to fan the flames of revolution, and in America, for transplanted Irish families connected to the world of the Irish Clans. Three characters are guided by Divine synchronicity and grapple with destiny in this two continent romantic mystery.
  • Where Does Time Go?

    by Dave E. Keliher
    One day a child turns his clock back and begins to question the concept of “Time.” The child’s search for answers to these questions have been asked for thousands of years. And now this wonderful story answers them. It’s about time!
  • The American Game

    by Jeff McArthur
    For three long years, the American Civil War has raged across the nation, scorching the land, leaving thousands dead, and tearing families apart. The endless fighting has hardened the hearts of soldiers of both sides. But on a lonely field in mid-Tennessee, some of those soldiers will come face to face with one another in a series of ball games. Stalled in a stalemate, the soldiers start out with small bets on who is better at the game; but as the wagers increase, so do the risks. In order to pl... more
  • Once Upon a Weasel

    by Salvo Lavis
    “When I was a kid, I had a pet weasel. I think that’s a rather unusual pet for a kid to have. But I was a rather unusual kid.” Thus begins the story of a misfit boy who, in a spontaneous moment, buys a secret pet that sparks a series of fantasy adventures where the two travel through space and dream of living on the moon. Back on planet Earth, trouble arises when the boy’s pet escapes during a class field trip and turns an entire science museum upside down.
  • Pushing Back

    by Jim Hartsell
    Tormented by an abusive father, Boone spends most of his time second-guessing himself and looking over his shoulder. At 16 he’s old enough to just leave, but, with his mother and younger sister still in the house, he can’t quite make himself. Then, in a single weekend, everything changes. Boone is left struggling to come to terms with what just tore his family apart and the guilt he still feels about what happened to his brother Frankie almost two years ago. And to top it all, he sees the parts... more
  • Flashman and Madison's War (Adventures of Thomas Flashman Book 5)

    by Robert Brightwell
    This book finds Thomas, a British army officer, landing on the shores of the United States at the worst possible moment – just when the United States has declared war with Britain! Having already endured enough with his earlier adventures, he desperately wants to go home but finds himself drawn inexorably into this new conflict. He is soon dodging musket balls, arrows and tomahawks as he desperately tries to keep his scalp intact and on his head. It is an extraordinary tale of an almost forgott... more
  • Flashman's Escape (Adventures of Thomas Flashman Book 4)

    by Robert Brightwell
    This book covers the second half of Thomas Flashman's experiences in the Peninsular War and follows on from Flashman in the Peninsula. Having lost his role as a staff officer, Flashman is left commanding a company in an infantry battalion. In between cuckolding his soldiers and annoying his superiors, he finds himself at the heart of the two bloodiest actions of the war. With drama and disaster in equal measure, he provides a first-hand account of not only the horror of battle but also the blood... more

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